An Ohio mobile home park maintenance worker arrived Tuesday morning to discover antisemitic flyers, according to Chasity Hudnall, the property manager.
She said images and messages of hate, racism, and antisemitism were found folded in roughly 20 plastic bags at the end of driveways. There was also rice inside the bags. “This is very shocking and disturbing that we saw this type of stuff,” Hudnall said.
“We assume the rice in here was used as a weight when they threw them. We’re assuming they threw them out of the car as they were driving,” she said. “Don’t put your hate thoughts out to other people.” She said the bags appeared from someone outside the mobile home park. Police also found a trail of bags on the streets outside the mobile home park.
We heard from a neighbor who said she found one in her driveway. She did not want to share her identity to protect her safety.
“I really felt like it’s something that had no place there,” she said. “Initially, I thought it was trash, which is why I pulled over to pick it up off the end of my driveway, I was on my way to work. And then I realized what it was. And as I was driving out, I felt like every single one of my neighbors had one dropped at the end of their driveway too. So just a little pit in my stomach.”
A spokesperson for the Cincinnati FBI office said on Wednesday it is aware of the situation but they could not provide more detail at this time.